Like it or not, Facebook has an impact on politics. The social network contributed to President Donald Trump’s successful election, as much as CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to lessen the blame on the rise of fake news.
More recently, Zuckerberg started to acknowledge Facebook’s role in politics, and on Monday the social network introduced it’s most impactful feature yet. Continue reading
Android Police first spotted the new collection of apps and games by scrolling down on the Apps page of the Play store. As its name suggests, the section is supposed to highlight one item per week, with the sale presumably ending after seven days. It’s not clear how the featured selection is made nor what happens after the week is over, but the app likely returns to its original pricing. Continue reading
Updated: August 10th 2016 As we enter the first week of a brand new year, your motivations are probably higher than ever to make 2016 the year to finally achieve all you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re starting a brand new foray into making money online or you’re hoping to take your current income to the next level, today’s guide is guaranteed to put you on the path to success.
That kind of stuff hasn’t worked for you before. Continue reading
Skype for Business arrived for Windows in April 2015 and got a dedicated Windows Phone app in July 2015. The iOS app launched out of preview in October 2015, the Android app followed in December 2015, and the Mac version finally arrived in October 2016.
Having covered all the major platforms, the company is now back to focusing on new features specific to business needs. Continue reading
The deal represents one of many in recent months, as Japanese companies forge ahead with initiatives to further the connected car and autonomous vehicle revolution.
Back in January, Toyota joined forces with Ford to accelerate open-source software deployment in cars, while the same day Toyota debuted a new concept car that uses AI to understand your driving habits. And just last week, Microsoft announced it was to license its patents for internet-connected cars to the Japanese automotive giant, its first such deal with a carmaker. Continue reading
Now they’re pioneering another new medium for games, virtual reality. Price is still at Insomniac, which is working on a new Spider-Man game and published two VR titles last year. Rubin is vice president of content at Oculus Studios, Facebook’s own VR game studio. Continue reading
Japan is known for its wacky cafe themes, and it’s latest? A “makeup free” zone.
The cafe, aptly named Naturalia, says it’ll only hire women who don’t wear any makeup.
Cafe staff say in a YouTube video promoting its concept, that the owners came up with the concept after they were unable to find a cafe in their city where the staff looked “plain and ordinary” — so they decided to create one themselves. Continue reading
It’s time for you to shoot Nazis again, evidently.
The yearly Call of Duty wasn’t announced yet, but some presumably leaked photos shows the brand new game will go back to a vintage setting: the next World War. Equivalent army conflict that was at the center of first three Call of Duty games, and 2008’s World at War. Continue reading
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Today I’m planning to reveal some of the most interesting online niches where there is lots of money become made. They are niches which have an even of competition that enables one to compete, and fast. Put simply, i’dn’t expect to be waiting years (or months, oftentimes) to see some results. Continue reading
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Announced in belated 2016, the fund is backed by Larnabel VC, the venture supply associated with Gutseriev family, one of the wealthiest in Russia, and VP Capital, the investment car of Belarussian businessman Viktor Prokopenya.
The joint fund is sector-agnostic. “We have an interest in a wide range of businesses that use AI technologies in interesting, unique, and impactful means. Continue reading